The Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment
The Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) is a Lead Local Flood Authority (LLFA) duty under the Flood Risk Regulations 2009 (Section 2). It is used to gain a high level overview on the risk of flooding and to record historic flood events in Surrey.
Areas affected by flood risk and local historic flooding evidence are used to define flood risk areas. The LLFA duties, over a 6 year cycle, is to produce:
- A flood risk map
- A flood hazard map
- A flood risk management plan for flood risk areas.
The PFRA feeds into the Surrey Local Flood Risk Management Strategy.
The 2017 update to the Surrey County Council PFRA, as done in 2011, can view downloaded from the Environment Agency Website. You can download the original document below.
Files available to download
- Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PDF)
The Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) - Surrey County Council